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Not enough surfers to fill the waves.
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Not enough surfers to fill the waves.
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When Keith's Left does this, it just gets easier.
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Where is everyone? Solid Aganoa Right.
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Just arrived at K-land. Empty as usual.
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Surf guide, Tommy D, at K-land.
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Aganoa Right in a light onshore wind.
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Aganoa Right teases us.
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A good example of how thick Aganoa Right can get.
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Shannon quite comfortably drop-kneeing through the bowl section of Aganoa right.
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Keith's Left doing its thing while someone navigates deep inside the barrel.
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K-land, a long left hand point that provides a great plan B when out the front is onshore.
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Leon enjoying the first peak of Aganoa right on a sunny, offshore day.
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Emma cruising through "Little Lefts".
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Aganoa Lodge Samoa has some great angles to shoot from. Our honey mooners, Jim and Ingrid.
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Steve on the SUP seeing the day out.
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